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11 ways to get an interview invitation

In the process of looking for a job, each of us faced with the need to write a resume. But even the most qualified and experienced applicants make common mistakes that can lead to a rejection of an invitation to an interview. In the article we will tell you how to avoid them and get more attention from employers.

Hello! Olga Zhukova, HR manager at Creonit, is in touch. We develop digital services.

I review hundreds of resumes of developers, projects, analysts, designers, testers and other professionals every week. Regardless of the experience and qualifications of candidates, I often see the same mistakes in resumes. In this article, I’ll cover 11 of the most common mistakes and share tips on how to avoid them to increase your chances of getting an interview.

But before that, a little base.

CV is the first thing a company representative encounters when considering candidates. It is important to understand that its quality can greatly influence the decision to invite you to an interview.

The resume should contain information about professional experience, achievements, skills and abilities that may be useful for a particular position. Do not forget about the design — a readable and structured text will make the resume more attractive and easy to read.

It is worth remembering that there is no universal resume. It should take into account the needs of the employer (what kind of employee he is looking for) and the context of the situation. The human factor also plays an important role — one employer may interrupt the review of your resume because of some points in it, while for another they may be the reason to invite you for an interview.

An experienced recruiter spends on average 5-10 seconds scoring one resume. This is how much time a candidate has to draw attention to his resume. Even one mistake can reduce the scoring to 2 seconds. I have highlighted the typical mistakes that candidates make when creating a resume and tell you how to avoid them.

1. Be concise and precise when describing your experience and responsibilities

You don’t need to describe all the details of your job in one long text. It is better to break the information into points, highlighting your areas of responsibility. This will show that you know how to structure information and see the main thing. In addition, a list of information points looks more attractive and is easier for the brain to perceive. This means that you are more likely to capture the attention of the employer.

Good example:

Experience is the most important section of your resume. If you have been working in different places for a long time, it is better to list a few recent jobs whose experience may be applicable to the current vacancy.

Required information:

  1. Company name, position, work period.
  2. Duties and areas of responsibility.
  3. Measurable achievements of your work. This point can be difficult, but it needs to be carefully considered. What value have you brought to your company? You can find achievements in things that you didn’t pay attention to before. Thinking from the perspective of an employer, how have you been useful?
  4. Portfolio (if the vacancy requires it, like designers). It is better to immediately post a link to the portfolio, or indicate that you are ready to provide it upon request.

2. Irrelevant jobs can be left out of the resume

“After school I worked in a store, then I made websites on Tilda for a couple of years, then I became an astronomer, and now I am a frontend developer.”

You don’t need to list all the jobs and positions you have ever held. They don’t provide useful information about you to someone who reads your resume. But it is quite possible to lose attention due to a large number of irrelevant experiences.

Working as a waiter or accounting assistant does not carry useful information or experience for the position of head of sales in IT. Such experience can be omitted. 

When applying for a vacancy, it is better to indicate in your resume only the experience related to the position you are applying for.

This will set you apart from other applicants. If you’re submitting a resume for several different positions, it’s best to create multiple CVs and apply with the one that lists your relevant experience for the position. This will help increase the interest in your resume from the employer.

3. Send your CV in the language in which the vacancy is written

A CV in a foreign language is like playing Russian roulette. You can never know for sure that your bet will play.

When submitting a resume, you need to carefully study the company for which you are applying. If the company is Russian and works for the domestic market, then sending a resume in English may not be entirely appropriate.

Remember that the person who will review your application may not know the foreign language as well as you, or may not know it at all. As a result, he may simply not pay attention to your resume.

If you are applying to an international company, for a vacancy where knowledge of English at a high level is a mandatory requirement, then a CV in a foreign language will be a definite plus.

In my practice, I even met with a cover letter written in French to a company operating in the Russian market 🙂

A resume in a foreign language is well suited for international companies with relevant vacancies. For Russian-speakers, it is better to indicate the level of language proficiency in a special column in the resume. If you want to submit resumes to both Russian and foreign companies, then it is better to create several and respond with one or another CV depending on the company.

4. Motivation letter too long

While enthusiasm is important, the purpose of a motivation letter is to provide more information about yourself and help the representative understand who you are and how you can be of service. You don’t need to write a long cover letter for this.

In fact, only a small percentage of people write cover letters. You can use this knowledge and land your dream job. Your letter must show evidence that you can handle the job and that you want to do exactly what is indicated in the vacancy. The words “can” and “want” are the base on which a cover letter should be built. The main thing is that it contains useful information that matches the requirements for the vacancy. Compare them with your experience and focus on relevant competencies in the letter.

If possible, try not to threaten a potential employer 😀

5. Pay attention to grammar and punctuation in resumes

Grammar, punctuation or trivial typos (the absence of a space after a word or its presence before a dot) show how attentive and competent the candidate is. For applicants for a managerial position, for example, this can serve as a red flag. When one list item ends with a period, another with nothing, and the third with a semicolon, there are doubts about the literacy of the applicant.

This is especially important if you write that you are a perfectionist and demanding of yourself and others.

The original text has been changed, but is based on real events.

A resume is your face. It is better to spend a little more time checking and proofreading it before publishing. You can ask to see the resume of a friend, brother, matchmaker, HR acquaintance. But make sure that it is written perfectly from the point of view of the Russian language. This will be a huge plus in your piggy bank.

6. Indicate information about work

If a person does not write what he did or what position he had, then the probability of getting some kind of feedback from a company representative is almost zero. Experience may be relevant, but if you do not tell what you did in your position, then, alas, the company representative will not know about it.

For example, if you indicate that you worked as a developer, then try to describe what your daily tasks were, what was your area of ​​responsibility.

This is not the way to write. You could add what project you worked on and what area it was from, what technologies you used and more.  

When a person does not write anything at all about his work experience, then the representative of the company cannot in any way assess whether the candidate is suitable for the position.

7. Ctrl C + Ctrl V

Responsibilities in different jobs can be very similar. But still, you should not just copy and paste them from one place in your resume to another. Over time, your responsibilities most likely changed or were supplemented. Try to remember exactly how. This can be reflected in the description, as well as the expansion of areas of responsibility.

This will show that you put in the effort and time to create your resume. We approached the matter with responsibility, and did not draw up a resume from everything ready on the knee.

8. Photo from Tinder

Attaching a photo from Tinder to your resume can be as much of a mistake as not attaching any. Many employers fundamentally do not consider a resume without a photo. If there is no suitable photo, try to take one or pick up a more or less neutral one from the available arsenal.

What photos are undesirable to attach:

  • A photo where you are not alone. Guessing games can be fun, but only if the company representative is in the mood.
  • Photos from the beach. It’s cool that you keep yourself in shape, but it can make an unprepared company representative blush.
  • Photos from the wedding. The event is memorable. If you are not a fan of being photographed, you can be understood — perhaps this is your only fresh photo in recent years. The main thing is that there should not be a bride in the photo.
  • Challenging photos. A deep neckline or a raised T-shirt is certainly intriguing, but in the context of a job search, it is not entirely appropriate.
  • Photo with filters. Cat ears, sunglasses, anime eyes and other effects are best left for social media.

What kind of photos you would like to attach.

It is best to use a neutral light photo where your face is clearly visible and takes up a third or a quarter of the frame. It’s great when you smile on it.

If your job requires a dress code or uniform, you can use that.

9. About me is not the same as a cover letter

The text of the cover letter and the “about me” section should be different. Often candidates copy the “about me” text and send it as a cover letter.

It’s better to write a short but original cover letter, so you get the attention of a company representative. I wrote above about how to write a cover letter. And what to write in the section «‎about yourself»‎?

How to write a short self-presentation

The main questions to answer in this section are who you are, what you do, what you can do, and why you are the right person for this job.

Write briefly about your professional and personal characteristics, achievements and talents. Don’t forget to indicate which skills you can apply to your new job. Remember that this self-presentation should be concise and attractive.

A well-written self-presentation can be the highlight of your resume and help you grab the attention of an employer. Don’t miss the chance to tell about yourself and your achievements!

10. Add a link to the site from the previous place of work

It is important to provide an opportunity to quickly familiarize yourself with the companies where you worked before.

For a company representative, this matters, because he must quickly understand what the company does and how relevant your experience in it is. It may be a tiny unknown company, but if its type of activity meets the expectations of HR, then your candidacy is more likely to interest a specialist.

11. Neutral email for job responses

It’s best to use a neutral email address, or even have one specifically for job hunting.

This is not critical, but the email address is also part of your image.

Often I see logins like kiska88, beermaster, nezabudka_67 and others. If your email address appeared as a child and you did not suspect that he would spend his whole life with you, it is better to create an additional mail for working responses.

Total

Remember, your resume is your portrait. Will it look like an inept child’s drawing or will it be able to compete with the Mona Lisa — it depends only on you.

Checklist for checking your resume

  1. Relevant jobs with links to companies.
  2. Attached is a neutral photo: no extra people, missing wardrobe items, business photo.
  3. Responsibilities in the same places of work are written differently: you can see the growth of your competencies or the level of responsibility.
  4. The summary is well-written, there are no punctuation and grammatical errors.
  5. The CV is written in the same language as the vacancy.

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